Before And Again is a tale of loss, acceptance and new beginnings, published in 2018.
In order to survive after the death of her five year old daughter in a tragic road traffic accident, Mackenzie Cooper, now known as Maggie Reid, lives a quiet life in the rural town of Devon, Vermont. The trial, her arrest, time in the media spotlight and the breakdown of her marriage left Maggie feeling increasing stress over the lack of privacy and the intense anguish and guilt that never leaves her. All she wants is to live in obscurity and get through the remainder of her probationary period. Devon seems to attract people who, for one reason or another, have a past they need to move on from.
I’m delighted to be a part of the book birthday blitz for Love Offline, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.
About the Book
Today I have a guest post as part of the blog tour for Not Myself Today, organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.
Before Muriel’s post, here’s what the book is about…
High school soccer star Lindsey Anderson was at the top of her game with graduation approaching and a full-ride soccer scholarship offer in her hand. Then she dropped dead on the soccer field, only to wake up in the body of a teenage sex-trafficking victim. No one believes who she really is. Not even her dad. Chased by her new body’s drug-dealing pimp and rabid parapsychologists out to dissect her, Lindsey searches to get her body and her life back before graduation day. Can her BFF and the high school nerdy boy she detests help save her life?
Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Hattie Goes To Hollywood, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.
Hattie Goes To Hollywood features one of my favourite characters from a couple of Caroline James’ previous books, although it’s not necessary to have read those to enjoy this one.
Author: Kelly Florentia
Published: September 2017 by Urbane Publications
Category: Contemporary Fiction, Romance, Book Review
When two eligible and attractive men are vying for your heart, it should be the perfect dilemma… Audrey Fox has been dumped by her unreliable fiancé Nick Byrne just days before the wedding. Heartbroken and confused, the last thing she expects when she jumps on a plane to convalesce in Cyprus is romance. But a chance meeting with handsome entrepreneur and father-of-one Daniel Taylor weaves her into a dating game she’s not sure she’s ready for.
Audrey Fox is lost and devastated when her wedding is called off by professional photographer Nick, her fiancé of eight years. It seems he’s not ready for marriage, unable to make the final commitment and wants to carry on as they are.
I’m delighted to be joining the blog tour for I Can’t Tell You Why by Elaine Robertson North, organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.
Author: Amanda Prowse
Performed by Amanda Prowse
Published: December 2018 byLake Union Publishing
Category: Contemporary Fiction, Women’s Fiction, Romance, Audiobook, Book Review
Rae-Valentine and Howard were childhood sweethearts. They’ve shared twenty-five peaceful years since they were brought together by Dolly, Howard’s larger-than-life sister. But now, on the night of their wedding anniversary, Howard reveals a shocking betrayal that leaves Rae reeling.
Rae-Valentine met her best friend, Dolly, at their college induction day when they were both sixteen. Extrovert Dolly, with her loud voice, was the complete opposite of unassuming Rae, who wasn’t blessed with a high level of self confidence and felt eclipsed by her older sister.
Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Five Ladies Go Skiing, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.
Ginny Watts is facing her first Christmas without her husband and the job she loved. Kim Anderson couldn’t wait for her trip to Europe. After being in Australia for several years she really wants to move back to England.
Author: Jan Ruth
Category: Contemporary Fiction, Women’s Fiction, Family, Book Review
Imagine living eighteen years of your life around a mistake…
Caroline Walker’s daughter suffers a horrific riding accident. Her distraught parents wonder if she’ll ever walk again, let alone ride. And when Mollie’s blood group is discovered as rare, her husband offers to donate blood. Except Ian is not a match. In fact, it’s unlikely he’s Mollie’s father.